‘Star Trek: Voyager’ Documentary Launches Fundraiser; Raises Over $380k in First Day

Briar
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The Star Trek: Voyager documentary has been underway, but the official fundraiser launched today through IndieGoGo. The documentary is being made from the documentary team of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary.

Star Trek: Voyager just celebrated its 25th anniversary. The series ended in 2001.

The fundraiser was launched to help support costs due to filming and post-production, such as editing, music, animation, color-correction and also to license footage from the show from CBS.

If you’re a fan of Voyager, this is an incredible way to contribute towards the documentary, as you’ll be able to choose a level of perks based on your donation. Some of the perks include your name in the credits, Zoom calls with some of the Voyager cast and other Star Trek cast members, adventures with cast members, and more. You can find out more information here.

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